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The story of a great fail

Postby LOMS » Tue Jan 27, 2015 3:37 pm

So, as I received enough requests to explain, what exactly happened with my humble villagers... story time.

"DUMB & DUMBER".
Story is related to this post -> viewtopic.php?f=20&t=12183&start=190#p174809

Once upon a time, approx at 10 AM (Greenwich time, +- 1-2 hour) , while most of european folks have some IRL work to do, sir Darworth set up an offencive townbell near Rustatorium.
Groza: "Let's deny that town!"
Tillara: "Alright, what shoud we do?"
Groza: "LOMS can't help us while he's in the office. I'll ask him for permissions, let's set Trial by Fire and see what can we do with that bell!"

Then sir Groza sent a pigeon named Skype to his leader's office. After his homing-pigeon has returned, Groza has found a roll, attached to bird's leg, which appears to be an official paper, granting him a permission to Manage Village claim.

After the Trial been set, Groza and his friend Tillara has crossed the Rustatorium's border on their way to Darworth's fort. Some person has appeared right before them.

Groza: "It's him!".
Tillara: "CHAAARRRRGE!!11".

They were unable to overrun the stranger, so after he ran away, they come close to fortification.

Tillara: "Hey, look, door is open".
Groza: "Let's wreck that ****** bell! Now or never!".

Two friends has entered the fort.
"WAAAAAAAAAGH!", said Groza.
"Crack-wreck!", said the Bell, being destroyed.
"Pew-pew", said 7 torchposts.
"clap-click", said the gates, locking behind their backs.
"Muahahaha!", Darworth laughed.

Two friends were in panic.

Groza: "****! We're trapped!".
Tillara: "Dammit! That torchposts seems to be tough, and one just critz me 30 blood!".
Groza: "Quick, let's hide inside that hovel!.

After they entered the hovel, it has collapsed, burying them under the rubble.

Moral: Don't rush.

We had a lot of fun, listening this in first time. Hope this will never happen again :D

P.S.: 3-rd body on Darworth's screen is an undeveloped alt, he had random biles from 5 to 40.
P.P.S.: All my characters are alive.
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Re: The story of a great fail

Postby alprice » Tue Jan 27, 2015 3:47 pm

Very nice story!!
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Re: The story of a great fail

Postby Dammit » Tue Jan 27, 2015 3:52 pm

Damn torch post!
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Re: The story of a great fail

Postby Lallaith » Tue Jan 27, 2015 3:55 pm

Good story :)

Always look for traps, never rely on enemy's gate etc
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Re: The story of a great fail

Postby King_Nothing » Tue Jan 27, 2015 3:59 pm

LOMS wrote:Two friends has entered the fort.
"WAAAAAAAAAGH!", said Groza.
"Crack-wreck!", said the Bell, being destroyed.
"Pew-pew", said 7 torchposts.
"clap-click", said the gates, locking behind their backs.
"Muahahaha!", Darworth laughed.


:lol: Great story. Darwoth always has an ace up his sleeve. The thing is, he never runs out of aces.
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Re: The story of a great fail

Postby bashnagdul » Tue Jan 27, 2015 4:05 pm

King_Nothing wrote:
LOMS wrote:Two friends has entered the fort.
"WAAAAAAAAAGH!", said Groza.
"Crack-wreck!", said the Bell, being destroyed.
"Pew-pew", said 7 torchposts.
"clap-click", said the gates, locking behind their backs.
"Muahahaha!", Darworth laughed.


:lol: Great story. Darwoth always has an ace up his sleeve. The thing is, he never runs out of aces.


i figured he never runs out of sleeves :P
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Re: The story of a great fail

Postby HolyLight » Tue Jan 27, 2015 5:36 pm

bashnagdul wrote:
King_Nothing wrote:
LOMS wrote:Two friends has entered the fort.
"WAAAAAAAAAGH!", said Groza.
"Crack-wreck!", said the Bell, being destroyed.
"Pew-pew", said 7 torchposts.
"clap-click", said the gates, locking behind their backs.
"Muahahaha!", Darworth laughed.


:lol: Great story. Darwoth always has an ace up his sleeve. The thing is, he never runs out of aces.


i figured he never runs out of sleeves :P


It is neither, it is the same ace up the same sleeve, Just new people falling for the same old trick.

Im looking forward to see some new ploys. Hope he does not make us wait too long.

The lesson was learned, Justice was served.

PS: running inside a claim/village, through an open gate without a backup plan for escape or someone guarding the gate? Sounds as if they started playing yesterday.
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Re: The story of a great fail

Postby Thor » Tue Jan 27, 2015 5:44 pm

Reminds me of a certain war but lets not get into that :lol:
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Re: The story of a great fail

Postby Heffernan » Tue Jan 27, 2015 7:34 pm

Dammit wrote:Damn torch post!


JUSTICE HAS BEEN SERVED!

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Re: The story of a great fail

Postby Dammit » Tue Jan 27, 2015 8:18 pm

Heffernan wrote:
Dammit wrote:Damn torch post!


JUSTICE HAS BEEN SERVED!

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Lmao that's bloody perfect!
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